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MPRO-TRI8M  - 8 Camera Tribrid 1080p HD-CVI/IP/CCTV 720/1080p MINI DVR
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MPRO-TRI8M - 8 Camera Tribrid 1080p HD-CVI/IP/CCTV 720/1080p MINI DVR

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8 Channel Tribrid DVR

This is the MPRO-TRIDVR8 8ch Tribrid that can record Analog, HD-CVI and IP Cameras all at the same time. This is great news, because at this affordable price you can either stay with analog cameras, upgrade to High Definition HD-CVI, or mix and match. Perhaps you already have an analog system and you want to upgrade to HD slowly. You can leave your cable and power in place since both HD-CVI and analog use the same coax cable. Just make sure they are high grade coax cables, and not the old, "plug and play" style cables for maximum benefits.

For Analog, you can record up to 960H resolution. With HD-CVI, you can record up to 1080p at 15fps or 720p@30fps. For IP, you can connect up to 2 IP cameras at the same resolutions as the HD-CVI noted previously.



High-Res Megapixel video at a lower cost

HD-CVI sends zero latency 720p or 1080p full HD video over simple RG59 coax cable. HD-CVI cameras and DVRs offer an advantage of HD resolution video, but are much easier to install than network IP cameras. HD-CVI offers longer cable runs for long distance installs, with video transmission distances of up to 1500' over standard coax cabling.


Best video image quality available

Record high-definition, detailed video including license plates and facial recognition. Cover a larger area with a single megapixel camera and digitally zoom in on specific areas with great clarity during live viewing or when reviewing recorded video.


Saving Critical Video Evidence is Easy with our Backup Options

The Digital Video Recorder allows still images as well as recorded video to be offloaded via several options for quick and easy backup of your critical surveillance video evidence: DVD, USB drive or via network. (not all DVRs or NVRs offer DVD option)


HDMI Provides Enhanced Image Clarity

HDMI works with standard, enhanced or HD video. This digital video recorder features an HDMI output which allows for enhanced video image clarity with crisp clean images. This enables you to see your security camera video in high quality HD right on your HDTV screen. HD images can be reproduced with the HDMI support for HD display.

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Multiple Recording Modes allow you to Control What You Record

Our Digital Video Recorders all for multiple selectable recording options. These options include motion detection, continuous as well as scheduled recording. This allows you to choose the appropriate recording method for your security needs and allows you to maximize the number of hours of video you can record and store on your hard disk drives.


Reduces Storage Requirements with H.264 Video Compression

H.264 compression helps to dramatically reduce the size of your digital video recordings without compromising your image quality (especially when compared to other compression standards such as M-JPEG and MPEG-4). H.264 is proven to be a very stable compression technology, which produces unbeatable recording image quality while also saving you valuable hard drive storage space.


Optimize bandwidth for Remote Viewing

Using the bandwidth throttle allows the DVR to use less bandwidth for remote viewing of video in low bandwidth environments. The Bandwidth is reduced, but the picture quality is lower to make up for the reduction.


Post and Pre Recording Allows You See Before and After a Recorded Event

Working with the motion detection feature in the DVR or using alarm contacts installed to a door or window allow your to trigger the recording. When an incident is detected and begins recording activity the DVR will also record a pre-set amount of time both before and after the event to the hard drive. This allows you to see what happened just before and right after


Program your DVR Remotely With Your PC or Mobile Device

Making adjustments to your DVR is fast and simple. Settings such as email notification, remote firmware upgrade, recording resolution, and motion recording can be changed remotely. All DVR settings are available for adjustment within the Display, Event, Record, Device, Storage, System, Security Network and Upgrade menus.

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